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Eduloan- Study Loans

By Staff Writer

 

Hassle-Free Study Loans & Eduxtras Student Cards

 

 

Eduloan takes the stress out of study financing by acting as an education funding intermediary between you, your funder and your varsity or college. 

Eduloan has a range of individually-tailored study-loan agreements for students.

By using its partnerships with government, corporates and South Africa's tertiary education institutions Eduloan enables you to have a convenient automatic deduction of your loan repayments, directly from your salary or your sponsor, to the institution that you are studying at each month.

If you need a loan for tuition fees, outstanding fees, textbooks, learning aids or even a laptop- Eduloan will work out a study-loan tailored to your individual needs. This means you get the benefit of comfortable repayment amounts and periods at fixed Instalments.  

In order to qualify for a loan and unlock your potential- you or your sponsor need to be:

  • Over the age of 18
  • Permanently employed for at least the last 6 months
  • Earn a minimum R2,000 pm nett salary
  • and have a valid South African Identity Document

An added extra offered by Eduloan is the Eduxtras card

This card is an invaluable education fund/bursary management tool containing ‘pockets' for various fund-categories: savings, study-aids/textbooks, accommodation and meals. 

The card is configured to be used at certain approved suppliers, such as Juta, Kalahari.net, Edu-Music, Van Schaiks, Metro Homes Centre, Discount Text Books and more and is also the perfect tool to educate the ‘money-wise' student about budgeting and managing study finances. 

To apply for an Eduloan or to get more information click here.

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